IEEE 802.11

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IEEE 802.11

IEEE standards for wireless local area networks (LANs). See 802.11.
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The working of the proposed system is further divided into three phases, 1) an interference avoidance system is adopted to mitigate the effect of interference caused due to the co-existence of IEEE 802.11x based wireless local area networks (WLAN) and WSN, 2) a sensor-based smart light control system is used to fulfill the light requirement in the smart home using the sunlight with light source, and 3) an autonomous home management system is used to regulate the usage time of the electronic appliances in the smart home.
To demonstrate, Dr Tan built a two-channel system that could use any available WiFi (IEEE 802.11x) signal to detect moving objects or bodies through brick walls up to 1ft thick.
Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs) are one of the network topologies that are identified by the IEEE 802.11x standard enabling mobile devices to access data networks.
The standard addresses coexistence with other wireless devices anticipated in the industrial workspace, such as cell phones and devices based on IEEE 802.11x, IEEE 802.15x, IEEE 802.16x and other relevant standards.
The WLAN model supports IEEE 802.11X authentication via WPA/WPA2 encryption.
Kwok (Colorado State University) and Lau (Hong Kong University) describe the different cellular wireless technologies, the two primary short-range wireless standards (IEEE 802.11x WLAN and Bluetooth WPAN), and protocol adaptations for wireless networking.
Contrary to most of the fears from WiFi proponents, UWB will compete with IEEE 802.11x technology only where high data rates are required over short distances.
IEEE 802.11x has become the hottest WLAN interface.